New trailer delves into GI Joe’s hero’s relationship with Storm Shadow


Paramount Pictures has released a new trailer and feature for Snake Eyes, the upcoming GI Joe prequel / reboot which sees Henry Golding playing the popular masked and silent ninja as we explore exactly how he came to be a masked ninja. and mute. Golding has been a hot property ever since its meteoric rise from obscurity to global stardom with its breakthrough in Crazy Rich Asians, and as such, I’ve seen a few posts recently saying they can’t wait to watch Snake Eyes and see the young actor flex both his physical muscles and his charisma to become an action star. Personally, I am not there for him.

Alongside Golding in Snake Eyes is Andrew Koji as Storm Shadow, the other – and in my opinion, infinitely cooler – ninja warrior from the decades-long GI Joe multimedia franchise. Koji is, of course, the protagonist of Warrior, the brilliant Bruce Lee-inspired martial arts drama television series (and just a great guy to chat to) and it’s his first big break from the movies. And I’m totally here for it. Even though her Storm Shadow looks a bit odd without the facial hair I’ve learned to associate Koji with. Anyway, aesthetics aside, he and Golding both give a lot of ass in this new preview which tells a lot more story than the first trailer, explaining how the two men’s characters fit together. meet, propelling Golding’s loner into a world of secret ninja cults and dark evil organizations.

As mentioned above, Paramount also released a featurette to accompany the trailer. Entitled “Secrets of GI Joe’s Greatest Duo,” this clip delves even deeper into the relationship between Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow, and how the “brothers” became rivals. To help understand these aspects, director Robert Schwentke (RED) and screenwriters Evan Spiliotopoulos (Beauty and the Beast), Anna Waterhouse (Rebecca) and Joe Shrapnel (The Gray Man) brought in Lara Hama, the legendary screenwriter of GI Joe comics who created these characters and gave his approval to their new iterations of films.

Snake Eyes also stars Úrsula Corberó as Baroness, Samara Weaving as Scarlett, Haruka Abe as Akiko, Tahehiro Hira as Kenta, Iko Uwais as Hard Master and Peter. Mensah in that of Blind Master. Its release is scheduled for July 23.

Last update: June 22, 2021

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